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I think there are a good deal of us who are subscribed to, maybe if you and silent11 got together with krisahoch, the two groups could be combined. As you can see, we still have no place to have meetings, I recently mentioned that HAL-PC seemed like a good place after a thread about the fact that houston has two groups; and if ya'll already have it....seems like a pretty good reason to make friends :)

I know for me, it would be very difficult to go to any meeting during the week (even on friday night), because I work evenings; if the meetings (dont care which group) were on the weekend i'd definitely sure i can stay sober one weekend a month to go to a perl meeting...then again, if you listen to abigail, maybe i wont have to :)


In reply to Re: Houston Perl Mongers by blaze
in thread Houston Perl Mongers by petesmiley

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